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Radio rocks more than ever
Radio rocks more than ever

Much like Mark Twain's death, rumours of radio's demise have been much exaggerated. In fact, the reality is that despite the fragmentation of the existing medium, and the growth of new media in other areas - and possibly even as a direct result of both of these - radio rocks more than ever.

By Lizette Anderson 21 Nov 2014 14:00

[Biz Takeouts Podcast] 114: Green PR and employee training strategies
[Biz Takeouts Podcast] 114: Green PR and employee training strategies

On the last Biz Takeouts Marketing and Media Radio show on Thursday, 20 November, show host, Warren Harding was joined in studio by Ivanna Granelli, Founder of Can!Do Consulting, to talk about how strategy, not technology, should drive how organisations approach training their employees.

20 Nov 2014 13:41

Jeff Osborne
Car dealerships' ad spending "misaligned with customers"

The process of buying a car has changed drastically over the last few years - most significantly, self-educated customers have made a decision long before they enter a physical dealership, minimising the influence of the sales staff. Most purchases (as much as 70%) being with research conducted on a search engine, and most car buyers will consult no fewer than 7 sources before coming to a decision.

By Jeff Osborne 20 Nov 2014 06:45

50 young adults join summer radio school
50 young adults join summer radio school

MFM 92.6, a youth radio station broadcasting in the greater Stellenbosch community, the Stellenbosch University Telematic services and Eduloan have accepted 50 young adults between the ages of 16-18, who will receive radio and training in other media platforms during December 2014.

19 Nov 2014 14:54

Radio around the fire
Radio around the fire

Despite predictions regarding the demise of radio, the medium continues to hold its own. It cannot be because of a lack of choice, as the proliferation of options abound. It cannot be due to a lack of technology, as mobile access continues to grow. It cannot be due to antiquated thinking, as change and progress is unavoidable. So, what is it that makes this medium so successful? May I suggest a theory and it goes along the lines:

By Mervyn Naidu 19 Nov 2014 14:50

[Biz Takeouts Lineup] 114: Green PR and employee training strategies
[Biz Takeouts Lineup] 114: Green PR and employee training strategies

Tune in to the Biz Takeouts Marketing & Media radio show tomorrow, Thursday, 20 November 2014, from 9-10am as show host Warren Harding chats Angela Barter and Founder of Can!Do Consulting, Ivanna Granelli. [twitterfall]

19 Nov 2014 10:09

SABC hiring practices need to change
SABC hiring practices need to change

It is a matter of public knowledge that the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is crisis-ridden. It is weighed down by an investigation into board chair Ellen Tshabalala's qualifications and the battles about the permanent appointment of chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng. While these battles wax and wane, another crisis looms: the appointment of the SABC's new CEO. We are told this is imminent.

By Kate Skinner 18 Nov 2014 07:03